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  • CM2-AVP300-2001

    Smart Valve Positioner300 Series

    Model AVP300/301/302 (Integral Type)200 Series

    Model AVP200/201/202 (Remote Type)

    Operation Manual

    Azbil Corporation

  • 1998-2015 Azbil Corporation All Rights Reserved.


    Make sure that this manual is available to the user. Reproduction or transmission of this manual, in whole or in part, is

    prohibited. The descriptions in this manual are subject to change without notice. It is our hope that this manual is complete and accurate, but in the event

    that there is content which is incomplete or whose accuracy is in question, please contact us.

    Please understand that we cannot in some cases accept responsibility for the results of use of this equipment by the customer.

    Model AVP is a trademark of Azbil Corporation. HART is a trademark of HART Communication Foundation.

    Product Warranty

    The product warranty is as follows.If, during the warranty period, defects arise for which our company is responsible, we warrant that we will assume responsibility by repairing or replacing the product for the customer.

    1. Warranty periodThe warranty period is one year starting from the time of delivery. However, the warranty period for repair costs is the three-month period starting from the time of delivery.

    2. Warranty exclusionsThe following cases are excluded from coverage by this warranty. Defects resulting from inappropriate handling, modifications, or

    repairs by individuals other than employees or consignees of Azbil Corporation

    Defects resulting from handling, use, storage, etc., of the product in a way exceeding the specification conditions in the operating manual, specifications sheet, delivery specifications, etc.

    Defects resulting from corrosion of wetted parts Other defects for which Azbil Corporation is not responsible.

    3. Other If the customer and Azbil Corporation have agreements establishing

    individual warranty conditions other than those in this warranty, those other conditions shall be given precedence.

    This warranty applies only to customers ordering the product in Japan. Whether or not payment for repair work is required will be determined

    based on the results of an evaluation by Azbil Corporation.

  • Introduction


    Thank you for purchasing an Azbil Corporation 200/300 Series Smart Valve Positioner. Smart valve positioners in the 200/300 Series (also referred to as the 200/300 Series in this manual) can be connected to a 4 to 20 mA signal line. Since all adjustments can be performed electrically using CommStaff, any desired relationship can be set between the input signal and the position of the control valve. Split range and other special settings are also easy to specify. This manual describes the use of the Smart Valve Positioner. Use this manual to get the most from the features of the device.


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    Safety precautions

    SymbolsThese safety precautions are intended to help you to use the product safely and correctly, and to prevent injury to yourself or others as well as damage to property. Be sure to follow all safety precautions.

    This manual makes use of a variety of symbols. The symbols and their meanings are as follows. Gain a good understanding of this information before reading the main text of this manual.

    WarningCases in which it is conceivable that dangerous situations might arise in which the user of the product could be seriously or fatally injured if the product is misused.

    CautionCases in which it is conceivable that a dangerous situation might arise in which the user of the product could sustain minor injuries, or physical damage could occur, if the product is misused.

    Examples of visual indicators

    is indicates a warning or caution that the user should be aware of during use.

    is indicates a prohibited action.

    is indicates an instruction that the user should be sure to carry out.

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    Cautions to ensure safe operation



    Do not perform wiring work, turn on the electricity, etc., when your hands are wet. ere is a risk of electric shock. Perform this work with the power supply turned o, and with dry or gloved hands.

    Aer installing the device, do not place your body weight on it, use it as a scaold, etc. ere is a risk that it could fall over.

    Do not touch the device unnecessarily while it is in operation. Depending on the environment in which the device is used, there is a danger that the surface of the device may be very hot or very cold.

    When opening the cover of the terminal box, be careful of the edges of the cover, the threads of the screws on the main unit, etc. ere is a possibility of injury.

    Use a DC power supply that has overload protection. An overload can cause the emission of smoke and re.

    Bringing tools and the like into contact with the glass portion of the display can cause damage or injury. Exercise sucient caution. In addition, be sure to wear safety glasses.

    As this product is extremely heavy, watch your footing, and be sure to wear safety shoes.

    When the device is in operation, do not touch moving parts such as the feedback lever. Your hand may become caught, resulting in injury.

    Supply power correctly based on the specications. An incorrect power input can damage the instrument.

    When working in a high-temperature or low-temperature environment, wear gloves and other protective equipment.

    Do not bring magnets or magnetic screwdrivers near the device. ere is a possibility that the control valve will move in response.

    When working in a hazardous area, perform installation and deployment according to the construction methods prescribed by the guidelines for the guidelines for the hazardous area.

    For ameproof explosion-proof specications, do not under any circumstances open the cover during operation (when powered up).

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    Basic use

    Basic model number structure

    Model AVP 0

    0: Fixed2: Remote type3: Integral type

    0: No transmission of amount of travel1: Transmission of amount of travel

    (4 to 20 mA DC or DE transmission)2: HART protocol support

    Position Types and Actuator Types

    Positioner TypeActuator Type

    Model AVP300/301/302(Integral Type)

    Model AVP200/201/202(Remote Type)

    Single-acting linear diaphragm

    (Azbil Corporation actuator model numbers:

    PSA, HA, HK, VA, VR, RSA, GOM)

    (See p. v.) (See p. xv.)Double-acting linear cylinder

    (Azbil Corporation actuator model numbers: VP, SLOP, DAP)

    (See p. viii.) (See p. xviii.)Single-acting rotary cylinder

    (actuator for ball valves and butterfly valves)

    (See p. xi.) (See p. xxi.)Double-acting rotary cylinder

    (actuator for ball valves and butterfly valves)

    (See p. xiii.) (See p. xxiii.)

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    Combination of model AVP300/301/302 (integral type) and single-acting linear diaphragm actuator1. Attachment of feedback leverIn order to minimize the risk of damage to the feedback lever while it is carried or transported, and to minimize the packaging as well, the feedback lever is detached from the body of the device when it is packed. As a result, the feedback lever must be attached to the body of the device prior to installation of the device.

    The length of the feedback lever can if necessary be adjusted by attaching the extension lever between the feedback lever and the body of the device. Adjustment of the feedback lever length is determined based on the form of the actuator.

    When connecting an actuator other than those in the table, connect the device and the actuator, and then switch to manual mode and move the actuator slowly and ensure that the feedback lever does not interfere with the full stroke of the actuator.

    If the feedback lever alone cannot cover a full stroke, attach the extension lever to it.

    Attach the feedback lever securely, working from the front of the device, using the two included hexagon socket head bolts.

    Attachment of Feedback Lever

    Attach the extension lever securely, working from the front of the device, using the two included hexagon socket head bolts. Then, in the same way, attach the feedback lever securely, working from the back of the device. (The feedback lever can be attached from the front as well.)

    Attachment of Extension Lever and Feedback Lever

    2. Attachment and installation[1] Attachment to the actuatorAttach the actuator to a mounting plate that is appropriate for the actuator.[2] Adjustment of attachment positionsProcedure for adjustment of attachment positions

    Step Procedure1 Set the A/M switch to manual operation.

    (See 5.2, A/M Switch.)2 Supply air, and adjust the actuator air pressure such

    that the actuator stem reaches the travel midpoint.3 Adjust the actuator such that the feedback lever

    reaches a 90 angle to the device's central vertical axis. Depending on the actuator being used, adjustment may be performed by moving the device, or it may be performed by moving a pin.

    4 Set the A/M switch to automatic operation. (See 5.2, A/M Switch.)

    The accuracy specifications can be satisfied by making the attachment angle 90 2.

    If the actuator type is specified when ordering, and the extension lever is included:

    Attach the extension lever to the body of the device, and then attach the feedback lever.

    If the actuator type is specified when ordering, and the extension lever is not included:

    The extension lever is not necessary. Attach the feedback lever directly to the body of the device.

    If the actuator type is not specified when ordering:

    The ext

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